Part of the work my Finance for the Future colleague, Colin Hines, has been doing on our joint project on ways to pay for the green transition has been to work with energy companies to find ways to fund the in-household transition to heat pumps that is required. As part of that work he has been using his own street as a test bed of opinion.
Larry Elliott has written this up in the Guardian this morning:
The very obvious problem that we face is referred to in Larry's conclusion in which one of Colin's neighbours says:
The will is there, the money isn't.
Which is precisely why we think that the government should give a bigger kick start to this process than it already is.
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